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Workshop: Finding Science & Engineering Academic Literature - 11 February 2016

(PGT) Finding Science & Engineering Academic Literature

  • Thursday 11 February 2016 at 15:15-16:45

A hands-on session with Academic Support Librarians designed to give you tips, save you time and effort and give you confidence in finding relevant academic literature for essays, reports, literature reviews, dissertations etc. 25 more words


Workshop: Choosing, Applying for WBPs - 9 February 2016

(PGT) Choosing, Applying for WBPs

  • Tuesday 9 February 2016 at 13:30-16:30

This course will get you thinking about your work based project (WBP) choice and application. 83 more words


Britain’s Black Debt: Reflections

In November 2015 the University of Edinburgh hosted a multi-day, interdisciplinary conference on the issue of reparations, entitled Repairing the Past, Imagining the Future: Reparations and Beyond… 493 more words

British History

Workshops: Postgrad Launchpad February 2016

If you’re interested in postgraduate study, more information can be found at the events below:

Making the transition to masters study

Studying At Edinburgh

Round Two!

Ding ding ding ding!

In a world where poets slam and prepackaged cheese sandwiches taste really bad, there can only be one winner. Sixteen teams entered the fray and sixteen teams came out again…

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Three Minute Thesis: February Training for Tall Tales and Imposters

Guest Blog Post from Iain Davidson: Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Training Consultant


Why should you show your research work in three minutes to a live audience of complete strangers? 428 more words

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Harry Dickinson, the Magna Carta, and the American Revolution

On the evening of January 26, 2016, Harry (H. T.) Dickinson, Emeritus Professor of British History at the University of Edinburgh, presented a lecture on “Magna Carta in the American Revolution.” As an audience member, I live tweeted the lecture using #HTDickinson on my Twitter account, @HistoryByPaula and spoke to Dickinson at the reception that followed. 369 more words

British History